Pulp and paper company says it will lose the up to $50m of potential sales when it retires five areas of land, in latest phase of its environmental push
One of world's largest paper producers will today announce plans to "drown" 7,000 hectares of its plantations in Indonesia, in an unprecedented step designed to protect the country's carbon-rich peatlands....
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